Water-free with less footprint

January 01, 2007 |

Two new water-free urinals from Sloan Valve feature a narrow profile, providing the same water-conserving and low-maintenance benefits of standard no-flush urinals, but with a smaller footprint. Models WES-4000 and WES-5000 use a proprietary cartridge installed at the base of the urinal, which holds a sealant liquid. When urine flows into the cartridge, the liquid forms a barrier between the open air above and the urine below, preventing any odors from escaping. The urinals adapt to existing drain outlets and are vandal-resistant.

Sloan Valve Co. Input No. 206 at BDCnetwork.com/quickResponse

 

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